Documenting the Landscape of Middle Park and Kremmling

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Documenting the Landscape of Middle Park and Kremmling

with Evan Anderman

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Documenting the Landscape of Middle Park and Kremmling

Saturday & Sunday, April 25-26
Location: Allington Inn and Suites, Kremmling CO*
Tuition: $292.50 for members, $325 for non-members (Room & Board not included)

Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Limited to 12 participants

This two-day workshop explores the tradition of landscape to document the town and environs of Kremmling, CO. Lead by accomplished environmental photographer Evan Anderman, participants will aim their cameras at the western landscape to create inspiring and thoughtful images. The course covers different approaches to documenting landscape. Evan’s work focuses on the many overlapping layers of the landscape and how it has been modified by a combination of processes, both natural and man-made.

In addition to field work, Evan will also share his technical process with students, including tips and techniques for working in the landscape, digital workflow and RAW file processing. Students will meet after the workshop in Evan’s studio to share final images.

Accommodations must be booked on your own. Lessons will be held at the Allington Inn and Suites.

Itinerary

Saturday

  • 8am: Meet at the Moose Cafe in Kremmling
  • Photograph until lunchtime. Break for lunch.
  • Afternoon: Digital Workflow and photo tips with Evan Anderman
  • Sunset/Evening shoot (bring a tripod!)

Sunday

  • Sunrise/Moonset shoot (bring a tripod!)
  • Breakfast at the Moose Café
  • Return home

Post-Workshop Meeting

  • Meet in Evan Anderman’s studio to review work

* Hotel must be booked on your own.

About the Instructor:  Evan Anderman is a social-landscape photographer based in his hometown of Denver, Colorado who shoots mostly from his airplane. Anderman is especially attracted to less-traveled, and often barren, areas such as Eastern Colorado, the high deserts and forests of the Western United States, Antarctica, Iceland and the Arctic. He finds peace in the solitude that these places offer, and is empowered to rise to the challenge of portraying these landscapes with optimism. In November of 2013 Anderman was honored for his unique environmental photography by being awarded the inaugural Photo District News Duggal Image Maker Award at the PhotoPlus Expo in New York City. Anderman’s work can be found in the Denver Art Museum collection and in several private collections. www.evananderman.com

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